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Frank Rosolino Turn Me Loose!
Frank was a fantastic trombonist but a bit of a headache as a singer. With Victor Feldman in 1961.



Annie Ross Sings A Song With Mulligan!
Everything from 1957-58, supplementing the original album with the 10-inch Annie By Candlelight from the year before, and the 45 of Skylark. Coolly sublime.







Sarah Vaughan Sarah Plus 2, After Hours
Simple guitar and bass accompaniments and plenty of ballads spotlight SV's marvellous voice. Mundell Lowe and George Duvivier in 1961 for Roulette; Barney Kessel and Joe Comfort a year later for Reactivation.



Sarah Vaughan Divine: The Jazz Albums 1954-1958
The best recordings of this stupendous singer, arguably the greatest jazz singing there is for fucks sake, nattily presented like a seven-inch box-set. Brownie, Roy Haynes, Cannonball... Do yourself a favour.



Jimmy Scott Falling In Love Is Wonderful
At his heartbreaking best, in 1962: that perfect castrato voice overflowing with lack on love songs arranged by Gerald Wilson and Marty Paich, with label-boss Ray Charles supervising and playing piano.



Serge Gainsbourg Poet And Provocateur
Fourteen late-50s bad boys, plus various contemporary interpretations, including five by Juliette Greco.



Serge Gainsbourg Percussions
Surprising, percussive Afro-jazz, recorded by Alain Gouraguer in 1964, with the hits New York USA and Couleur Cafe.